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'Some Padmavati costumes are antique pieces and irreplaceable'
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'Some Padmavati costumes are antique pieces and irreplaceable'

Rimple and Harpreet Narula, designers for the lead cast of Padmavati, tell Rediff.com's Archana Masih that it will be quite a task to replicate the fragile and elaborate costumes.    IMAGE: A design reference for Padmavati from the designers' 'Maharaja' creation.The designers are bound by contract not to reveal the look of the film.Image: Kind courtesy Rimple-Harpreet Narula. Sources from the crew have told us that unidentified people attacked the sets in the wee hours of morning and ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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'People don't want to marry their daughters to boys in Western UP'

Travelling on a UP government bus in western Uttar Pradesh, Rediff.com's Archana Masih gets a sense of the fault lines in this election's most volatile region -- that can make or break the future of political parties in UP. Make the time to read ...
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Why Uttarakhand's ex-faujis may not vote BJP

As Uttarakhand -- where faujis number nearly 40% of the state's population -- prepares to vote, Rediff.com's Archana Masih finds that what upsets retired soldiers in Uttarakhand the most is a forgotten protest in the heart of Delhi.
 Rediff.com1 month ago 'If you play on the BJP's agenda, there is no hope for other parties'  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Exclusive! The Akhilesh Yadav interview!

'These people are not concerned about Hindu, Muslim, Sikh or Christian -- they are only concerned about being in power,' Akhilesh Yadav tells Rediff.com's Archana Masih in his first interview after the election results. IMAGE: Akhilesh Yadav at his office in Lucknow on a Sunday. Photographs: Archana Masih/Rediff.com   It is Sunday morning and a big crowd is waiting outside the white gates of 1, Kalidas Marg in Lucknow, the office of Akhilesh Yadav, who was till two weeks ago, Uttar ...
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'Yogi played a bigger role than Modi in UP election'

'The new normal is Hindutva politics.''The BJP has has shifted the idea of India to the framework of Hindutva politics.'   The selection of no other chief minister in recent times has evoked as much discussion as Yogi Adityanath's as he took over the helm of India's most politically decisive state. Dr Manzoor Ali of Lucknow's Giri Institute of Developmental Studies, tells Rediff.com's Archana Masih that though he does not expect the revival of the Ganga-Jamuna Tahzeeb, the new chief ...
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'BJP may become inclusive with Muslims after this mandate'

'Muslims may turn to the BJP or may not come out to vote in great numbers like they have in the past.''Anything can happen.''They can feel an increased sense of alienation, but that depends on the BJP -- on how it includes them.' Professor Badri Narayan's scholarship has played a prominent role in the understanding of Indian politics. The author of several books on the Dalit movement, including a highly acclaimed biography on Kanshi Ram, Badri Narayan spoke to Rediff.com's Archana Masih about ...
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'Hindu middle class doesn't like anti-Muslim rhetoric'

'If he is sensible, he will keep the fringe elements in control.''If he allows them to run amok, then 2019 may not be possible, provided the Opposition also does something wrong.' Few thinkers know Uttar Pradesh politics the way Sudha Pai does. The professor, who has written several books on Uttar Pradesh politics, discusses the BJP's electoral triumph with Rediff.com's Archana Masih. How much stronger has the prime minister emerged and where does he go from here? Obviously, he has emerged ...
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When I met the Queen of England

Dancer-choreographer Astad Deboo met Queen Elizabeth, William and Kate at Buckingham Palace on Monday at the launch of India-UK year of Culture. He tells Archana Masih/Rediff.com that the Queen even did a cute little dance mudra! IMAGE: Dancer-choreographer meets Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace. The most spectacular part of the evening was being presented to the Queen. The member of the staff standing next to her whispered in her ear that I was a dancer and she said, ‘You are a ...
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EXCLUSIVE: No country for the Rohingyas

‘Change has to come within Myanmar itself’. ‘I have called upon Daw Aung San Suu Kyi to listen to her ‘inner voice’ and speak directly to the people of Myanmar.’ IMAGE: A Rohingya migrant child, who recently arrived in Indonesia by boat, eats chocolate while queuing up with others for immigration identification purposes inside a temporary compound for refugees in Aceh Timur regency, Indonesia's Aceh Province.According to recent figures, an approximate 90,000 ...
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My life in Rangoon

If you've had quite enough of the Maharashtra civic polls, take a break and go back in time with the engaging piece of a woman's reminiscences of Rangoon in the swinging sixties. Monica Sindhwani's family lived in Myanmar for generations but left Rangoon for India, when she was just 20. Married to a retired Indian Army officer, she relives her memories of the pagodas, the greenery and the home she left nearly 40 years ago, with Rediff.com's Archana Masih, on the eve of the release of ...
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